Daniel Liberman Vol. 42 Associate Editor The International Criminal Court (the “ICC” or the “Court”) was established by the Rome […]
Allison Fleming Vol. 42 Associate Editor As the number of transnational-corporations (TNCs) climbs, legal recourse for wrongs committed by corporations […]
The U.S. vs. International Criminal Court: Is This the End of International Criminal Court and Justice?
Prajakta Pradhan Guest Editor The International Criminal Court (ICC) symbolizes hope around the world. The ICC, in its current form, […]
Nadia Alhadi Vol. 39 Managing Article Editor In early June, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (“ICC”) issued […]
Layan Charara Vol. 39 Associate Editor On October 27, 2017, Burundi became the first country to withdraw from the International […]
Francis Tom Temprosa LLM Candidate & Clyde Alton DeWitt Fellow The recent series of expressions to withdraw from the Rome […]
Amy Albanese, Vol. 37 Associate Editor For the first time in the history of the International Criminal Court at The […]